Immediation makes US debut

Immediation’s Justice Solutions took a bow at the Court Technology Conference (CTC) in Columbus, Ohio.

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Sept. 28, 2021 – The impact of COVID-19 is felt in every corner of our lives and this week, at the National Center for State CourtsCourt Technology Conference here, a new-to-the US solution debuted promising to speed disposal rate, lower backlog and most of all – make the technology disappear, according to founder and trial lawyer Laura Keily.

Immediation is the digital courtroom environment that authentically and accurately re-creates the courtroom experience online.  With more than 30 built-in functions, this platform delivers seamless video conferencing designed to handle the complexities of the legal environment.

“Courts are hamstrung by high backlogs and an inability to effectively and efficiently deliver access to justice.  Trying to cope with the pandemic’s impact meant using tools never designed for this purpose.  Immediation is different by design – meant specifically for use by lawyers, courts, arbitrators and mediators,” said Laura Keily, Immediation founder and Managing Director, BSc, LLB (Hons), MCommrclLaw, GDipDisRes, GAICD, FCIArb, PRI

Currently used by the Federal Court of Australia, the Family Court of Australia, the Federal Circuit Court of Australia, Sports NZ and other corporations and law firms, Immediation enters the US legal tech market at the CTC conference having won numerous awards and accolades in is native land.

“Having been in the court technology space for more than 25 years, Immediation represents new innovation sorely needed in our category and arrives at a perfect moment of inflection,” said Jeff Nadler, Head of Court Sales for the company.

Courts are one of many use cases for Immediation’s platform.  The solution is used equally by lawyers and firms; by Arbitrators (many lawyers are qualified arbitrators – including Keily); and mediators as well as corporations: Sports NZ use the platform to resolve employee disputes.  

Below is the demonstration video that was on display during the CTC conference:

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